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There are 365 days in a year.  About 200 of those days I have to tell myself to shut the fuck up.  Not literally.  It’s more like my right arm talking to my left arm.  That was an analogy.

…there are good days, bad days, really good days, and those cunning horrible ones that creep up on you… Inevitable.

I don’t think I’m exactly a positive person.  Actually I know I’m not.  Because I find too much humor in the negative, more so when it happens to me.  It’s funny.  Or maybe that means I’m positive?

Either way, there’s always something inside of me that cares and wants something more.  And I sit sometimes to think, why do I feel like this?

Because He knows I’m destined for greater things…

and it’s up to me to realize that

Sometimes I preach too much about my life philosophy that I forget what made me feel like that in the first place.

…there are good days, bad days, really good days, and those cunning horrible ones that creep up on you…

But know that when you feel incomplete, upset about certain things about yourself, or just not content…you are blessed with the downright fact that your life is destined for something extraordinary, a place where only faith can lead you.

Good luck motherfuckers.

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3 Comments

  1. Wow, and i thought mike was a good writer. Nonetheless, i couldn’t agree more! 😀

  2. Lawrence Kao, we are totally in awe of you. This is really insightful…
    I recently got some words from a very wise person that I know, just thought I might share, “I know I need to keep on fighting, and I’m nowhere near the end of my limit. I’m gonna make it through this hard time, because I know it can’t kill me. Looks like there’s a storm brewing. I’d better wait it out. I’m gonna have to wait it out by myself, kid. But don’t worry about me: I can handle this.”
    I think we’ll live through those challenges, and that He’ll be there for you, smiling (happy face).

  3. “But know that when you feel incomplete, upset about certain things about yourself, or just not content…you are blessed with the downright fact that your life is destined for something extraordinary, a place where only faith can lead you.”

    I wrote this down and put it up on my wall. I have felt unhappy and lost for a while and I still don’t think I have found myself but reading what you wrote makes it a little better. You’re awesome.


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